Must a contract be interpreted in context?
For example, if a lease contract has an item which is intended from keeping the tenants from attacking/fighting each other or the landlord, what if the activity happens in a location that has nothing to do with the contract, like a boxing gym?
For example, imagine the contract says, "Tenants may not engage in activities that my harm other tenants, the landlord, or guests."
What if a tenant trains at the same boxing gym as the landlord? What if a tenant has a guest over and another tenant beats up that guest on the street? Would either of these be a violation of the lease contract?